Medina Police Department

  • Agency: Medina Police Department
  • Address: 201 Highway 45 E North, Medina, 38355 TN
  • Chief: Chad Lowery (Chief of Police)

Medina Police Department is located at 201 Highway 45 E North, Medina, 38355 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Chad Lowery. The Medina Police Department phone number is 731-783-1437.

Medina Police Department News

The Medina Police Department, alongside the Medina Volunteer Fire Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Gibson County Sheriff's Office, Gibson County EMS, Humboldt Rescue Squad, and Vanderbilt Life Flight team, participated in the annual Mock DUI Crash at South Gibson County High School this morning. As a reminder to all our local High School students attending prom this weekend, please don't drink and drive, always wear your seatbelt, be aware of your surroundings at all times. Friends don't let friends drive drunk. Stay safe and watch out for one another!

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Gibson County Juvenile Court System as well as the family and friends of Ms. Susan Featherstone. It was an honor to have known and worked with Ms. Featherstone. We thank her for her many years of service as a Law Enforcement Officer and as a Juvenile Court Official. It is with a heavy heart and tremendous sadness that we learned of her passing. We are praying for peace during this difficult time. Fair winds and following seas, God bless. 🕆

Friendly Reminder from your local Police Department: Per City Ordinance #16-05, if you live inside the city limits you need to have a city sticker prominently displayed on your license plate. Stickers are $15 each. Each vehicle must have a sticker. Deadline is January 31st. Be advised, the cost of a City sticker will increase if purchased after the deadline so get yours today! *February 1st the cost will be $20.

The Medina Police Department is advising the motoring public to avoid all unnecessary travel. There are vehicles in the ditch all across the county and especially along the Highway 152 corridor in Medina. Tow truck companies are overwhelmed. Travel at your own risk. Road conditions have worsened overnight and there are no indications conditions will improve anytime soon. Stay home, no one can assure your safety on the roadways today.

The Medina Police Department is urging motorists to avoid Blackmon Road from Middle School Road to Shadowcreek Lane (north entrance of Stonecreek Subdivision). This stretch of road is impassable at this time due to poor road conditions and a number of vehicles off the road.

Closer to home, our thoughts and prayers are with the men and women of the Newbern Police Department. Wishing officers involved a speedy and full recovery.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the men and women of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.

The Medina Police Department would like to wish everyone a safe & prosperous New Year! If this message finds you traveling please be safe on the roadways. Put your phone down to safely operate your vehicle, watch your speed, and always wear your seatbelt. If you plan to celebrate please do it responsibly. Don't drink and drive! Happy New Year! See y'all next year! 🇺🇸🚔👮

The Medina Police Department would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. We encourage everyone to be as safe as humanly possible out there on the roadways. If this holiday season finds you traveling please leave yourself plenty of time, put your phone down to safely operate your vehicle, slow down, buckle up, always wear your seatbelt, don't drink and drive, arrive alive. Remember, the life you save could be your own! Be safe, enjoy time with your friends and family. Merry Christmas from the Medina Police Department! 🇺🇸🚔👮

The Medina Police Department would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving! Should this message find you traveling please be sure to slow down and buckle up. Be smart, don't drink and drive, arrive alive....remember, the life you save could be your own. 🇺🇸🚔👮

On this Veteran's day, the Medina Police Department would like to thank all who have answered the call to serve this great country. If it weren't for their selfless sacrifice and total dedication to duty we would not be able to enjoy our daily way of life. We would like to extend our sincere appreciation to those veterans who continue their service as law enforcement officers in our agency as well as all surrounding agencies. Thank you and Happy Veteran's day. 🇺🇸

The Medina Police Department would like to thank the Cumberland Presbyterian Church daycare program for honoring first responders and veterans this week in their "Hometown Heroes" campaign. Thank you for inviting us and for your continued support. We sincerely appreciate it. 🇺🇸👮🚔

City of Medina Annual Christmas Parade will be held Saturday December 2, 2017. Line up at 3pm. Parade begins at 4pm. Rain date Tuesday December 5, 2017.

The Medina Police Department is seeking assistance from residents! If you are a Medina resident and have home security cameras installed on the exterior of your home we are asking for residents to review their footage from the early morning hours of November 1, 2017 and contact Police if you have anything that can assist us investigate our most recent auto burglary incident. Thank you.

The Medina Police Department would like to wish everyone a Happy Halloween! Please use caution while trick or treating tonight as there will be a lot of vehicle and pedestrian foot traffic. Slow down, pay attention, and always be aware of your surroundings.

The Medina Police Department would like to express our sincerest condolences to the family, friends, and community of Haywood County in reference to the sudden loss of Sheriff Melvin Bonds. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in this dark hour.

The Medina Police Department would like to thank our friends at the Cash Express in Milan, TN for the card and cake! We sincerely appreciate your support and are humbled by your generosity. 🇺🇸🚔👮

Officers from the Medina Police Department enjoyed a warrior's breakfast this morning with Retired and Honorably Discharged US Marine Veterans and Navy Corpsman. Pictured below are Marines and Corpsman whose service spans from WWII, Vietnam, Korea, and Iraq. It was an honor to share a meal and fellowship Marines! Thank you for your dedicated service to our country. God bless you all. 🇺🇸

Do you know someone in desperate need of school supplies this year? If so, the Medina Police Department would like to help! The Medina Police Department will provide one student in need with an outstanding opportunity to obtain academic supplies for free! One lucky student will receive the back pack pictured below. The bag is stuffed with school supplies, much more than pictured. Chief Jason Oliver has volunteered to provide additional items free of cost, if needed. Here's how to participate: -Email Chief Jason Oliver at being sure to provide the name of a student in need. -Chief Oliver will pick a winner. -Medina Police can deliver supplies to the winner or the winner can pick up items in person at Police Headquarters located at 201 US Hwy 45E North Medina, TN 38355. ***We only ask that names of students provided truly be in "need" of these items.***

It's that time of year again! School is back in session beginning Wednesday August 2nd, 2017. Having said that, the Medina Police Department is urging motorists to allow extra time as there will be traffic congestion, drive defensively, slow down, always be looking for pedestrians, and be courteous to fellow motorists. There will be extra patrol on Wednesday, we are encouraging everyone to be mindful of the school zones. As always, they will be strictly enforced. School zones are clearly marked with florescent signage and amber colored wig wag lights. Posted speed in these zones are 15 MPH. We are asking for everyone's cooperation as there will be some parents experiencing school zones for the very first time. This is a team effort, if we all work together and do our part we can help keep our community safe. Thanks in advance for your assistance! Looking forward to another safe school year.

Medina Police enjoyed a lemonade stand in the Arbor Oaks subdivision today. Thanks for keeping our officers hydrated! We appreciate you.

The Medina Police Department would like to take this opportunity to remind citizens to always lock your vehicles, especially at night! One of our subdivisions was targeted last night. Don't help make it easy for criminals! Don't be a victim, remove valuables and always lock your vehicle.

Just a reminder to those operating motor vehicles on the roadways this afternoon or during periods of inclement weather, T.C.A. 55-9-406 states that the operation of headlights during periods of rain, shall be made any time when rain, mist, or other precipitation, including snow, necessitates the constant use of windshield wipers by motorists. Long and short of it, turn your headlights on. Not only is it the law, but it's a safety issue. Wipers on, headlights on. It could save a life, and the life it saves could be your own.

With July 4th fast approaching these are the dates and times when use of fireworks are authorized. All other dates and times are strictly prohibited.